Aadil Bharwani
Aadil Bharwani
MD, PhD. Resident Physician, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
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Is serotonin an upper or a downer? The evolution of the serotonergic system and its role in depression and the antidepressant response
PW Andrews, A Bharwani, KR Lee, M Fox, JA Thomson Jr
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 51, 164-188, 2015
Structural & functional consequences of chronic psychosocial stress on the microbiome & host
A Bharwani, FM Mian, JA Foster, MG Surette, J Bienenstock, P Forsythe
Psychoneuroendocrinology 63, 217-227, 2016
Oral treatment with Lactobacillus rhamnosus attenuates behavioural deficits and immune changes in chronic social stress
A Bharwani, MF Mian, MG Surette, J Bienenstock, P Forsythe
BMC Medicine 15 (1), 7, 2017
Oral selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors activate vagus nerve dependent gut-brain signalling
KAMV Neufeld, J Bienenstock, A Bharwani, K Champagne-Jorgensen, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
Differences in cecal microbiome of selected high and low feather-pecking laying hens
P Birkl, A Bharwani, JB Kjaer, W Kunze, P McBride, P Forsythe, ...
Poultry science 97 (9), 3009-3014, 2018
Reverse Engineering the Febrile System
AM Shephard, A Bharwani, Z Durisko, PW Andrews
The Quarterly Review of Biology 91 (4), 419-457, 2016
The vagus nerve is necessary for the rapid and widespread neuronal activation in the brain following oral administration of psychoactive bacteria
A Bharwani, C West, K Champagne-Jorgensen, KAMV Neufeld, J Ruberto, ...
Neuropharmacology 170, 108067, 2020
Gut Microbiome Patterns Associated With Treatment Response in Patients With Major Depressive Disorder: Changements du microbiote intestinal associés à la réponse au traitement …
A Bharwani, A Bala, M Surette, J Bienenstock, SN Vigod, VH Taylor
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 65 (4), 278-280, 2020
Increased persistence of avoidance behaviour and social deficits with L. rhamnosus JB-1 or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor treatment following social defeat
Y Liu, K Steinhausen, A Bharwani, MF Mian, KAMV Neufeld, P Forsythe
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-13, 2020
Ingestion of Lactobacillus rhamnosus modulates chronic stress-induced feather pecking in chickens
C Mindus, N van Staaveren, A Bharwani, D Fuchs, JM Gostner, JB Kjaer, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-14, 2021
The interplay between the microbiota and the central nervous system during neurodevelopment
A Bharwani, J Bienenstock, P Forsythe
Microbiota in health and disease: from pregnancy to childhood. Wageningen …, 2017
The gut microbiota and the CNS: an old story with a new beginning
A Bharwani, P Forsythe
The Human Microbiota and Chronic Disease: Dysbiosis as a Cause of Human …, 2016
Changes in the gut microbiome associated with infliximab in patients with bipolar disorder
A Bharwani, JC Szamosi, VH Taylor, Y Lee, A Bala, R Mansur, ...
Brain and Behavior, 2021
The Vagus Nerve Is Critical for the Rapid and Widespread Response in the Brain Following Oral Administration of a Physiologically Active Bacteria (1556)
A Bharwani, C West, K Champagne-Jorgensen, KAMV Neufeld, J Ruberto, ...
Neurology 94 (15 Supplement), 2020
UTility of echocardiograM in the workup Of ischemic STroke patients (UTMOST)(1443)
M Guay, M DeDominicis, A Bharwani, C Lewicki, A Shroff, K Perera
Neurology 94 (15 Supplement), 2020
The Role of Gut-Brain Signalling in Functional Responses to Chronic Social Stress
A Bharwani
P Birkl, A Bharwani, JB Kjaer, W Kunze, P McBride, P Forsythe, ...
Poultry Science 97, 3009-3014, 2018
It’s All About Me: Stressor–task Relatedness Influences Task Utility and Performance in Depression
A Bharwani, M Vinski, S Watter, PW Andrews
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (4), 288-289, 2014
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